What is the Nevada Care Plan?

During the 2017 Legislative session, the Governor approved Senate Bill 394 which instructed the Legislative Committee on Health Care to study opportunities for the establishment of a program similar to the Medicaid managed care program to be made available through the Silver State Health Insurance Exchange to a person who is otherwise ineligible for Medicaid.

The study must also evaluate if a person who is determined eligible for advance payments of a premium tax credit and cost-sharing reductions can use those credits and reductions to pay for coverage obtained through the new program.

The results of the study and any recommendations are due to the Director of the Legislative Counsel Bureau for transmittal to the Legislature not later than September 1, 2018.

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Listening Sessions 

Come speak with Assemblyman Mike Sprinkle and state government officials on health care options that are currently available in Nevada and discuss what's needed should a new plan be developed.  Listening sessions are scheduled for Las Vegas, Henderson, Pahrump, Reno and Carson City.  During these sessions, State officials will discuss the Medicaid Program and Health Link, the State's Insurance Exchange, and Assemblyman Sprinkle will be discussing the possibility of a new health plan, called the Nevada Care Plan.  Please share  the dates, times and locations of the listening sessions with your family, friends and co-workers  so a robust discussion can occur. 

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